Bethesda's portfolio was featured throughout the latest Xbox showcase, but one title (unsurprisingly) missing was The Elder Scrolls 6.

While all the focus for Todd Howard is on Fallout right now, IGN Live attempted to get a status update from Microsoft's Gaming CEO Phil Spencer about this anticipated title. While Spencer is certainly in the know and seems somewhat excited, it appears he can't say anything right now.

In response to a question asking if he's seen the new game in action, he jokingly passed on a message to Todd, asking him to "speed it up". So, there you go - that's the latest on the development of The Elder Scrolls 6.

Howard is also busy working with MachineGames on the new Indiana Jones game, which will arrive later this year. Starfield just got an update as well (with the Shattered Space DLC arriving later this year). And if you are really in need of an Elder Scrolls fix, you always check out the anniversary celebrations currently taking place in ESO.

Based on previous reports, Elder Scrolls 6 could still be a while off, and when it arrives it's expected to be exclusive. The game was originally revealed back in 2018, and according to Howard, the announcement was made early to simply reassure fans a new game was on the way.

When do you think we'll see the next major Elder Scrolls entry? Let us know in the comments.